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Climate-fueled security risks will overwhelm the Middle East in 2019, while enmity and hostility rather than unity will characterize Europe; the U.S. will tumble in its war on terrorism, and an unsustainable future will daunt Russia. These are some of the global security challenges anticipated in a report entitled "Strategic Outlook 2019," carrying the theme "Towards a Zero-Sum World". The report notes that the United States, as the most powerful actor in the international system and leader of the rules-based liberal international order, sits at the center of global risks. According to the report, in two years Trump has upended decades of U.S. foreign policy. A statement from a political or thought leader, considered to be representing the forecast of risk trends in each region, has been selected to introduce the findings of the nine regions covered in the report.The overall trend in the region is considered consistent.While the report sees the prospect of new resources harnessed, it predicts the same risks to linger in 2019 .
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